Visit Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

It’s all about the trails: Wine, Craft Beer, Hiking, River, Biking, Amish and Burger. Find your inner “trail” in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania among the many “off the wheel” experiences that await you. Enjoy the happiness found in the simplest pleasures, while having the best of all worlds: indulging along the trail of craft wines and brews, taking a delicious bite out of the best foods in Western PA, breathing in the natural beauty of blue and greenways for rafting, canoeing, kayaking, biking, hiking and ATV riding in Limestone Mines. Stay overnight to relax and recharge next door to the 5th largest old order Amish population.

Plan your next adventure at VisitLawrenceCounty.com for events, must-see attractions, arts and culture and more. Follow us and share your experience on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter by using #VisitLawrenceCounty.

Luzerne County PA Tourist Attractions Feature
Open Country and Lots to Do

Welcome to Luzerne County in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains. Northeast PA is recognized as a top outdoor recreational area. Get wet rafting down the Lehigh River. Bike the scenic D & L Trail that winds throughout the county. Kayaking… yes, we have that too! Ricketts Glen State Park offers over 22 named waterfalls and at Frances Slocum State Park you can rent a paddle boat or canoe and enjoy a beautiful sunset. Camping facilities are available.

Family Fun Itinerary -Take the kids rock climbing at the Wilkes-Barre Rock Climbing Gym and then jump in on the fun at Sky Zone. Cold weather opens up all new activities, ski, tube or snowboard at Montage Mountain Resort. Magic happens at the Houdini Museum, John Bravo the Great makes rabbits appear and people disappear. Visit Claws and Paws Wild [...]

Spend a Weekend in Downtown Franklin, PA

Downtown Franklin, PA is a destination for family-friendly festivals, live music, unique gift shops, varied dining options and cultural attractions ranging from the Barrow-Civic Theatre to DeBence Antique Music World to Saint John’s Tiffany Window Display. With its historic buildings, two beautiful downtown parks and the Allegheny River and French Creek as backdrops, Franklin is a picture-perfect setting for a variety of activities. The City hosts eight major festivals and numerous special events throughout the year, and the summer months are filled with weekly concerts in multiple downtown venues. Furthermore, recreational opportunities abound. Franklin is a designated Trail Town and a Bicycle Friendly Community with miles and miles of great trails and waterways to explore.

Franklin, PA – 2020 Summer, Fall Festivals & Events:
May Garden Mart – May 2 & 3
Blues & Barbecue – June 20 & 21
Taste of Talent [...]

Crawford County PA Is Loaded with Events and Attractions, All Priced Just Right!

Looking for a great Lake? Well, we have 8 lakes for swimming, boating, fishing and water skiing. Stay at a lake front hotel, cabin or cottage or enjoy a historic Amusement Park, Conneaut Lake Park.

Check out quaint B&B’s, lake front Hotel, Cabins, Campsites, and Cottages. There are so many fun things to do in Crawford County, PA. You just have to know where to look. www.visitcrawford.org.

Crawford County is known for our Outdoor adventures. Kayaking, boating and canoeing is huge here because of many lakes. Five of those lakes are Glacial Lakes and one lake Conneaut Lake, holds 2 state fishing records. That also means we have some of the best fishing in PA. Our Pymatuning Lake was named in the Top Ten in the Nation for the best family fishing vacations. Need a Guide [...]

Find Your Next Adventure in Armstrong County, PA!

Established in 1963, the Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is the official tourism promotion agency for Armstrong County.  Located in Kittanning, the county seat, their mission is to promote tourism, tourism development, and the interests of the travel and hospitality industries of our region, thereby contributing to the economic growth and well-being of the area. The Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is a non-profit, subscription-based organization and works to promote not only its subscribers, but the county as a whole and welcomes visitors from all over with open arms.

Regardless of the occasion – family, friends, business or the great outdoors – you’ll find something in Armstrong County.  Take a trek on one of their extensive trails and shop, wine and dine along the way.  Splash into one of the county’s many waterways for a relaxing canoe or kayak trip, fishing or even some stand-up [...]

Susquehanna River Valley – You’ll Love It Here!

This spring discover the Susquehanna River Valley in Central Pennsylvania. Thriving downtowns offer art and music festivals and locally-owned businesses feature spring open houses. Three state parks and a Rail Trail provide endless opportunities to explore the great outdoors. Visit one of our many wineries and local craft breweries, play a round of golf, do some antiquing or a bike ride over historic covered bridges. Stop at a variety of farmer’s markets for the freshest local produce. As evening approaches, plan a romantic dinner for two then see a movie in a restored Art Deco movie palace or attend a live theatre or dance performance at one of our performing arts centers. Settle into a quiet evening at a cozy hotel, cabin, cottage or bed and breakfast. Every turn a treasure.

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Rest, Renew and Enjoy an Adventure in
Columbia and Montour Counties PA

Nestled in the heart of Central Pennsylvania, Columbia and Montour counties are renowned for their rural beauty and outstanding adventure opportunities. The local landscape is comprised of idyllic river valleys, rolling hills, green farmlands, charming communities, forests, parks and state gamelands. One must-see attraction is Ricketts Glen State Park, where hikers can enjoy a vast network of trails that take them past twenty-two stunning waterfalls. The area boasts beautiful rails-to-trails for walking and biking as well as high-caliber races for the fierce competitors.

The Montour Preserve is also an outdoor enthusiast’s dream with a 165-acre lake perfect for fishing and boating, a bird sanctuary, maple sugaring in the early spring, and plenty of great hiking trails. For history buffs and archaeology lovers, a one-acre exposed Mahantango shale pit at the Preserve is open to the public for finders-keepers [...]

Visit Clearfield County PA

The backwoods. backroads. backwaters. of Clearfield County PA have a summer adventure waiting for you. Enjoy 102 miles of clean water, pure air and an ecosystem unlike anywhere else. Explore miles of protected streams where native brook trout dance on the water and where the lakes are streaming with bass, walleye and northern pike.

Summer is the perfect time for those looking for more of a river adventure. Bring your kayak/canoe and enjoy the various skill levels of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River or paddle one of our lakes and enjoy breath taking scenic views.

Swing into one of our many golf courses. Enjoy a relaxing day at DuBois Country Club, Eagles Ridge, Kenterra, Beechwoods or Treasure Lake. Treasure Lake has 2 PGA rated courses. If you have the entire family along, be sure to stop by Dr. Doolittle’s or Fun Central and [...]

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